How to Use KeyNote to Create Digital Stickers for GoodNotes Planners
Did you know that you can use KeyNote to create digital stickers for GoodNotes planners? It’s true! This tutorial will show you how to use KeyNote to make fun stickers that you can use in your GoodNotes planners to customize your planning in a fun way!
Digital planning has never been easier on the iPad as it is today! We enjoy teaching you how you can benefit from it.
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What I Use to Create Digital Stickers with KeyNote
Note: the latest version of KeyNote doesn’t function with the Apple Pencil for selection. So it’s best to use your finger during this process.
These are vectors that we have created in Illustrator and placed in the beginning of the video. You can only use vectors to create masked stickers in KeyNote. You cannot use PNG files. Towards the end we show you how you can use the shapes that come with KeyNote to also mask and make stickers. If you want to create your own stickers in KeyNote you will need access to a vector program.
Watch How to Use KeyNote to Create Digital Stickers for GoodNotes Planners
I’ve put together an easy to follow tutorial for you to learn how to use KeyNote to create digital stickers. Follow along and leave me a comment if you have any questions.
Want to try using Procreate to make digital stickers? Check out our tutorial here.